OGDEN — Weber State’s McKay Butler and Brenden Morris aren’t basketball players who stand out in a box score. In fact they rarely, if ever, see playing time on the floor.
OGDEN — Weber State cut a 13-point, second-half deficit down to two Saturday night at the Dee Events Center, but couldn’t complete the comeback in a 77-68 loss to North Dakota, moving the Fighting Hawks into first place with two weeks remaining in the Big Sky race.
Weber State women’s basketball team trailed by two points heading into the fourth quarter Saturday afternoon at North Dakota, but an unheard-of seven-point play gave the Fighting Hawks control on the way to an 83-67 win.
OGDEN — Senior forward Kyndahl Hill led the Wildcats with 19 points Thursday night, six of which came from the free-throw line in the final 33 seconds, lifting Weber State to a 69-63 comeback win over Northern Colorado at the Dee Events Center.
OGDEN — Weber State men’s hoops may play four of its last six games at home to close the regular season, but most of those matchups are against top competition in the Big Sky and could make for an interesting race as conference play concludes.
SALT LAKE CITY — When Weber State senior point guard Jeremy Senglin broke the Big Sky Conference record for career 3-pointers in a win at Portland State, Damian Lillard was there to witness the historic moment in person.
Jeremy Senglin made history Saturday night as he became the Big Sky’s all-time leader in three-pointers. With still plenty of games to be played, another record might be in the senior guard’s sights.
OGDEN — At the U.S. Tennis Association’s Intermountain Winter Masters in mid January, South Ogden native Jacque Dunyon competed among the best young tennis players from Utah, Idaho, Colorado and Nevada and came out on top in the final.
Jeremy Senglin scored 32 points, Portland State missed two 3-pointers in the final 10 seconds of overtime and Weber State hung on to claim a 96-93 road win Saturday night in Portland.
OGDEN — Portland State trimmed a fourth-quarter, 18-point deficit down to eight Saturday afternoon, but Weber State held on to claim an 85-75 victory and notch their fourth straight win thanks to hot shooting early.